Azazel News #Recap 9/30/2020

  1. Dr Lee Gerhard: "IPCC Claims are False.” "[I studied] the basis of the claim, starting with first principles. My studies then led me to believe the claims were false.”

  2. Massive asteroids approaching earth in 2020: gigantic 800m rock to fly by in November. The six asteroids mentioned in the list are almost 200m in diameter, and are classified as potentially hazardous ones as per data from NASA’s Centre for Near Earth Objects Studies (CNEOS) project.

  3. From a Doomsdayer in Thailand, Sent in at 7am Eastern Time. More radar anomalies out of Bangkok.

  4. Southern California Weather Force has issued an Earthquake Watch spanning all of California, Nevada, and Northern Baja Mexico as a 4.4 magnitude quake hit the Southern San Andreas with numerous aftershock slips this evening (Wednesday). This coincides with the forecast from Project Destini and Caifornia Fault Stress model of 3s and 4s and maybe a 5.

  5. USGS Earthquakes: "An earthquake swarm has kicked off southwest of the Salton Sea today, producing 240 earthquakes as of 8pm Pacific. The largest earlier this evening was M4.9. So what does this mean? We’ve put together some scenarios to explain what could happen next.”

  6. American, United move ahead with more than 32,000 furloughs, but will recall workers if coronavirus aid deal reached. American Airlines will move forward with furloughs of some 19,000 workers as government aid expires and talks for a new coronavirus relief bill fail in Washington. Inside the airline industry’s meltdown. The long read: Coronavirus has hit few sectors harder than air travel, wiping out tens of thousands of jobs and uncountable billions in revenue. While most fleets were grounded, the industry was forced to reimagine its future.

  7. Amazon unveils payment by hand-waving. The system called Amazon One was touted as “a fast, convenient, contactless way for people to use their palm to make everyday activities like paying at a store, presenting a loyalty card, entering a location like a stadium, or badging into work more effortless.”

  8. Palantir, a data analysis software company headquartered in Denver, has won a potential $91.2M contract to support U.S. Army research and development projects. The Department of Defense said Tuesday the company will perform general R&D work for the Army Research Laboratory in Adelphi, Maryland, through Sept. 28, 2022. The service branch received 999 bids for the firm-fixed-price contract via an online solicitation and obligated $44.1M at the time of award. Palantir offers software platforms that are designed to help customers integrate, manage and secure data. The company is scheduled Wednesday to begin trading Class A shares on the New York Stock Exchange via a direct listing.

  9. Coinbase offers exit package to those uncomfortable with new direction. Coinbase is offering a package for employees seeking an exit after the release of a blog post from its CEO. [Fucking clown world. Even with a remarkably generous severance including an enormous options window (cleverly allowing those who “disagree with the mission” to leverage its financial wins). Too bad Spotify does not have the balls to do the same.

  10. ICE Cartagena opens forensic lab to combat transnational cyber crime. HSI Cartagena and the National Police of Colombia marked an important milestone in Cartagena’s fight against the cyber crimes that have impacted the community with the opening of TC2IL Sept. 28.

  11. The Federal Bureau of Investigation will unveil its new cyber strategy this week during a virtual event hosted by Auburn University’s McCrary Institute.

  12. DOD takes steps to safeguard supply chain. The COVID-19 pandemic has led the Defense Department to focus more intensely on identifying critical infrastructure and vulnerabilities and to take measures to protect those assets.

  13. Future Defense Task Force: Scrap obsolete weapons and boost AI. The congressional Future Defense Task Force released its report Sept. 29.

  14. Pentagon transitioning its COVID-19 acquisition task force to permanent office. The temporary acquisition task force DoD created in response to COVID-19 will become a permanent assisted acquisition organization.

  15. Tech startup lands contract with U.S. Air Force, Space Force. CEO Chris Molaro said the company worked on an initial trial with the U.S. Air Force’s Space Command unit before it became the new U.S. Space Force.

  16. Space Force will eventually put troops in orbit, ops boss says. Military troops in the Space Force will someday deploy to orbit, one of the service’s top operations officials said Sept. 29.

  17. Impressive timelapse of NASA astronaut Chris Cassidy working outside the ISS above the earth.

  18. Troops maintaining bases on the moon might actually be a Space Force mission of the future. The leader of U.S. Space Command says putting troops outside the atmosphere is something that will happen in the far future.

  19. The Space Force doesn’t want to send a human to do a robot’s job. While Space Force officials have tried to keep the focus on what their personnel will do on the ground to support the nation’s space assets, they’ve done little to dampen speculation. The Space Force probably didn’t help itself when it released a recruiting ad earlier this year that seemingly implied its members would literally be going to space. But for anyone joining the Space Force to be an astronaut, Maj. Gen. John Shaw has some potentially bad news. “I think it will happen,” said Shaw during the AFWERX Engage Space event Sept. 29. “But I think it’s a long way off.”

  20. SpaceX’s Starlink in action: Internet satellites keep emergency workers online amid wildfires. Washington state emergency responders say they’re impressed with Starlink’s latency and bandwidth in trials.

  21. With weather improving, ULA will try again to launch national security payload. After four launch scrubs, will Wednesday’s attempt be the one?

  22. Aerospace’s facility will be the focal point for delivering technical expertise across the space enterprise to outpace threats to national security,” the release said. “The building’s digital engineering environment will enable high-fidelity analysis and physics-based modeling and simulations as well as development of tactics, techniques, and procedures that will provide insight into space warfighting.

  23. Oculus founder Palmer Luckey is building the Air Force’s new software for war. The US Air Force is planning to create an “internet of things” for war, and Palmer Luckey’s defense company, Anduril Industries, is one of the vendors drafted to help.

  24. AFCEC space optimization efforts key to rightsizing facilities at installations. With help from the Air Force Civil Engineer Center, the Air Force is leaning forward to consolidate and reduce the facility footprint at installations across the enterprise. Effective facility management and space optimization is nothing new to the Air Force. The service had been monitoring and collecting facility and infrastructure data well before publishing the Air Force Infrastructure Investment Strategy in January 2019. A substantial shift to telework during the COVID-19 pandemic, however, prompted officials to move more quickly toward striking a balance between infrastructure, manning, funding and mission success.

  25. Exolaunch delivers 15 small satellites on Soyuz rideshare mission. The rideshare specialist Exolaunch has successfully sent a cluster of 15 small satellites into space, the Berlin-based start-up announced.

  26. Watch Firefly Aerospace test-fire its Alpha rocket in this stunning drone video. An epic set of new videos shows the fiery power of Firefly Aerospace’s forthcoming Alpha rocket.

  27. CANUK78: “USAF Boeing RC-135W Rivet Joint Over the Caribbean Sea 62-4138 AE01CD. CAMPA23. USN Northrop Grumman MQ-4C Triton AE5C71 UAV Drone.”

  28. Evergreen Intel: “Out of pan and into the fire? Unknown Learjet 60 inbound to Baku from Kandahar.”

  29. Sukhoi Su-57 Felon: “Iran shot down another Azerbaijani drone in border with Azerbaijan Nagorno-Karabakh.”

  30. Ministry of National Defense, R.O.C.: “Two PLA Y-8 ASW aircrafts entered Taiwan’s southwest ADIZ on Sep. 29. ROCAF scrambled fighters and deployed air defense missile system to monitor the activities. Keeping protect our country regardless of day or night.”

  31. Simón Bolívar: “U.S. Air Force Special Operations Command Dornier C-146 Wolfhound is heading south in the Caribbean this afternoon. Go get’em boys! Currently doing laps off the coast of Venezuela is CAMPA23 a U.S. Air Force RC-135 #RivetJoint These spy planes only show up when significant events occur in Venezuela. Recently they have been seen when an alleged U.S. Spy was arrested and the Operation Gedeon invasion attempts.”

  32. Discernment: “Interesting Callsign on the ye old “DoomsDay” plane… Donky78. Drone is still up! Lots of Fighter Jets circling.”

  33. Flightradar24: “Follow the leader? Why the jagged line? The aircraft departed without a call sign, which meant that we were unable to fuse two separate data sources (ADS-B + radar data). They added a call sign mid-flight and the two trails were merged creating the offset lines.”

  34. Two major flight tracking services hit by crippling cyberattacks. Flightradar24 hit by third cyber-attack in two days. Flightradar24 says it has been hit by sustained attacks over two days, interrupting its service. Two of the most popular flight tracking websites, Flightradar24 and PlaneFinder had their service disrupted after consecutively suffering multiple cyberattacks. It seems like a well-organized hacking campaign targeting real-time flight tracking service providers. “If you’re having issues accessing Plane Finder this morning, thank you for your patience. We are working hard to counter the attack we are under and will bring Plane Finder back to full service as soon as we can.”

  35. ISLAMIC-INTELLIGENCE: “Down immediately, a possible nuclear 9/11 is pending in Russia, Europe, China, Taiwan, Western Coast of the USA. We are using satellites to monitor but, we expect a massive cyber retaliation in the coming hours!”

  36. Eduard Kovacs: “DDoS attacks against flight tracking services Plane Finder and Flightradar24 may be linked to the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan.”

  37. ISCResearch: “A French Air Force fighter was raised today to escort a civilian airliner which communication was lost. During the interception, the fighter was working in afterburner mode, which led to a loud pop that frightened the inhabitants of Paris.”

  38. EDDC_Radar: “United States Air Force Lockheed C-130J-30 Hercules (04-8153, AE1389) as flight RCH704 at 27000 ft over Bavaria (Germany).”

  39. National Hurricane Center: “A tropical wave over the west-central Caribbean Sea could become a tropical depression during the weekend while moving slowly west-northwestward over the northwestern Caribbean Sea.”

  40. NewsWatch 12: “SpaceX’s Starlink satellites are being used by emergency responders in Washington to help fight fires while bringing internet access to residents in areas devastated by wildfires.”

  41. Kerry M Springer: “These systems, networks and channels can be vulnerable to malicious activities that can deny, degrade or disrupt space operations, or even destroy satellites,” the White House document said.”

  42. USARC: “Rapid Greening Across Arctic Tundra Studied via NASA Satellites – “Really a Bellwether of Global Climatic Change.”

  43. 17 teams to take part in DARPA’s SubT Cave Circuit Competition. COVID has cancelled the SubT Systems competition, but the Virtual Track is keeping things interesting.

  44. Researchers set to take to the air above the Arctic and New York City. Scientists will use research aircraft to measure atmospheric composition and air quality.

  45. Alexei Navalny gave an interview to Der Spiegel and expressed the opinion that Vladimir Putin was behind his poisoning. Navalny spoke for almost two hours, and he also said whom he suspected of being an assassin: “I claim that Putin was behind the crime, and I have no other versions of the crime.” Navalny also announces that he will return to Russia. “My job now is to stay the guy who’s not scared. And I’m not scared!”

  46. Since early March, approximately 130,000 COVID-19 samples have been tested and processed at the Air Force’s sole epidemiology reference laboratory housed in the U.S. Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine here. This number equates to about 17% of all samples of COVID-19 that have been tested across the Department of Defense. And as the demand fluctuated and continues to, laboratory personnel remain agile. “Our Epi Lab team sustains tremendous resilience and commitment as they now work seven days per week with the operational capability to process a little over 2,000 samples of COVID-19 per day,” explained Brig. Gen. Jeannine Ryder, 711th Human Performance Wing commander. “It is an incredible testament to their flexibility and innovation to meet this crucial requirement.”

  47. University sets up “support spaces" for students traumatized by presidential debate. …the “Support Space is not a substitute for psychotherapy and does not constitute mental health treatment…"

  48. Dozens of buildings caught fire in Luhansk region, 1,200 buildings are now without electricity This was reported by the Luhansk Region Police on Facebook. “As a result of grass fires, 4 residential buildings caught fire in Krasna Talivka village of Stanychno-Luhansk district. No information was received about the victims,” the statement said. Extinguishing the fire is complicated by a strong wind speed of over 20 meters per second. In Belovodsk, Danylivka, Plugatar, Brusivka, Shulikivka villages of Bilovodskyi district power lines broke, and 1,200 of buildings were disconnected from power supply as a result.’ 85 fires have been recorded in Luhansk region, 42 of them have been eliminated, 43 have not yet been localized and eliminated. More than 1,000 people and 158 units of equipment were involved in the extinguishing.

  49. Flight recorders from the crashed AN-26 in Kharkiv region were deciphered - Ministry of Defense. The “black boxes” from the AN-26 that crashed near Chuguev in the Kharkiv region have been deciphered, but there will still be examinations. This was stated by Chief Inspector of the Ministry of Defense Igor Voronchenko at a meeting of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on National Security and Defense and Intelligence. He stressed that “there are no final versions so far.” “Either it is a human factor, or a technical factor, or an external one.” The boxes have been deciphered, but there will still be examinations," Voronchenko added. [SERIOUSLY THIS IS THE STRANGEST PLANE CRASH I’VE EVER SEEN IN ASIA ALL YEAR.]

  50. Shocking conditions in a student’s dorm. The number of cockroaches has become so great that it is impossible to wash dishes. 'Somehow I don’t really want to put plates in the sink, where cockroaches are running in flocks. Meanwhile, the dormitory administration sees neither bedbugs nor other “neighbors” of students. Kharkov, hostel of Hryhoriy Skovoroda Kharkiv National Pedagogical University 4.

  51. Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Russia: A man stole a car, sold it, bought another car for that money and the former owners stole it the next day.

  52. Rostov-on-Don covered with a sand cloud. Post-apocalyptic photos flooded social media.

  53. Lovecraft Country. “After cracking the code of Hiram’s orrery, Hippolyta finds herself at a dilapidated observatory, which Captain Lancaster has also been keeping an eye on. She solves the puzzle and opens the doorway that leads into several universes. She is attacked by two cops, and Atticus arrives just in time to save her. At the end of the tussle, one cop is thrown into an unknown universe, and the other lies bleeding on the ground. Both Hippolyta and Atticus are sucked into the wormhole, which is where we find Hippolyta on her adventurous journey through strange new worlds.” [Notice how in coincides with HBO. Are you starting to understand? The Jump Room is even featured on the patches, look at the Red Dot on the patch, then look at the White Dot. The first thing that is sent through the newly discovered gates are not humans but robots. Guess how many robot siblings Robo-Sally has that are no longer here on Earth. After Robo Sally’s sends back atmospheric data a small 3 man team goes through wearing the Wilcox Patriot Hybrid Life Support Systems. Saddam Hussein had a stargate. FACT and one of the real reasons we went to war. After the teams go through and deem it safe on the other end and come back and after a period of Isolation and Quarantine. A team of Wizards with Knights (Special Forces) go through the gate for a research expedition on the other end. If you knew of everything behind the veil you would never waste time on politics again and run towards applied science.]

  54. The students left behind by remote learning. The desire to protect children may put their long-term well-being at stake.

  55. The majority of us in Doomsday / Azazel are getting these Whitehat Jr. ads. The ones who watch over us are dropping massive hints for you to have your kids stay ahead of the curve. Also look into Cyberpatriot too for your kids. Start them young to leave the 9 to 5 rat race behind. CyberPatriot is a national youth cyber education program created in the United States to help direct students toward careers in cybersecurity or other science, technology, engineering, and mathematics disciplines. The program was created by the Air Force Association (AFA). If you have kids and are signing them up for WhiteHat Junior, also sign them up for Cyberpatriot. Join CyberPatriot - the Air Force Association’s National Youth Cyber Defense Competition and Education Program. If they truly excel at Cyberpatriot the DoD : Kid Wizard programs might recruit them. Yes what you call Hogwarts is real but it’s focused on Blue Magic (Applied Science).

  56. Too much screen time can have lasting consequences for young children’s brains. Young kids spend 2-3 hours a day in front of a screen, a new study says.